Having problems with your 2004 Ford F350 ?

I have antifreeze comeing out of the fill cap when driving . It doesnt do it all the time but it seems like it cycles about every 20 to 30 minutes but it does seem to do it every time I pass a car or rev up the engine while driving. Can you help me with a cause? Thank You Scott

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 14-01-2019

Answers :

Every time the RPM's go up it creates more friction witch in turn creates more heat causing more pressure in the cooling system. If fluid is leaking out of the cap I would have to say that you have a faulty coolant recovery tank cap. And/Or your cooling system is to full, or your cooling fan isnt coming on soon enough, or your coolant fluid is wore out.
Where is your coolant level when your engine is completely cold?
\015\012you have two marks on your fill bottle a Cold and Hot line.If you over fill your bottle you will always push out fluid.
\015\012Make sure your not running hot on your engine when this happens,if it is you could have an over heating problem with the engine.
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